Engaging and Empowering Men with Prostate Cancer in People-Centred Research

Our Preliminary Research

Surveys and interviews: Patients and people affected by prostate cancer have spoken to us and answered two surveys to help us better understand their needs, wants and barriers to engagement. Please see the results below for each:

Choosing Our Locations: We undertook extensive research in order to best establish where we should undertake this project. You can read the full report here.

Monitoring and Evaluation

How we will undertake monitoring and evaluation: We are committed to ensuring that our monitoring and evaluation processes are robust and appropriate to their role. Please read our Monitoring and Evaluation Process here.

Theory of Change

What are we aiming to do: Below you will find the theory of change we are working towards in the planning and delivery of our project.

Read our theory of change here.

Bibliography

Studies we have used:

Aman Johal, Anton Shelupanov & Will Norman, ‘INVISIBLE MEN: engaging more men in social projects’ (2012).

B Bonevski, M Randell, C Paul, K Chapman, L Twyman, J Bryant, I Brozek and C Hughes,‘Reaching the hard-to-reach: a systematic review of strategies for improving health and medical research with socially disadvantaged groups’ (2014).

Ann E. M. Liljas, Kate Walters, Ana Jovicic, Steve Iliffe, Jill Manthorpe, Claire Goodman, and Kalpa Kharicha, Strategies to improvement engagement of ‘hard to reach’ older people in research on health promotion: a systematic review’ (2017).

Michael Blomfield and Harry Cayton, Community Engagement Report for the Health Foundation (2009).

Kate Hill, Mags Portman and Zsuzsanna Tabi Meet the Researchers (2018).

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